Of those who apply, Baker students are accepted into medical school at a 78% clip. The national average is 44%.
Baker science majors get more hands-on experience in one year than many students at larger universities get in their entire college careers.
See how Baker prepares students for success after graduation and what some of our recent science graduates are doing now. View Video
Chemistry major Jackie Thompson, 2012, feels the variety of courses she took at Baker prepared her well for the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Kansas Medical School. Read More
Laura Driver Peek, 2002, who majored in chemistry before earning a Ph.D. in pharmaceutical chemistry, draws on her passion for science in her research into the early detection of tumor-forming cancers. Read More
Whether in grad school or a career, our chemistry majors report feeling better prepared for their next step than their peers from other schools.
Baker chemistry grads are employed in environmental chemistry, forensic chemistry with the FBI and chemical synthesis and as teachers, researchers and doctors.
The new Ivan L. Boyd Center for Collaborative Science Education features state-of-the-art technology, extensive lab space and comfy spots for studying.
Chemistry majors "shadow" physicians and professional chemists and complete internships in chemical laboratories and research programs at major universities.
For Current Chemistry Students
Chemistry Major Checklists
See Majors Checklists page for chemistry checklists. Unless you have changed catalogs since beginning your studies at Baker, use the year first enrolled.